Ankiel scored once and struck out once. He has hit safely in four-straight games and is batting .300 with two home runs in six games since joining the Mets.
Murphy went 2 for 4 with two singles and struck out once in an 8-2 loss. Murphy has multiple hits in four of seven games, batting .500 during his streak.
Murphy's batting average fell to a season-low .258 May 11.
After going 18 games in a row without a home run before Friday,
Votto went 4 for 4 with a double and the HR. He drove in two runs and scored twice.
Votto's on-base percentage is .473, which would be the highest for a season in the majors since 2004. He has six home runs and 20 RBI to go with a 1.004 on-base plus slugging percentage. He leads the National League with 37 walks and ranks third with a .346 batting average.
Frazier went 2 for 4 with a walk, an RBI and two runs scored, ending a four-game hitless streak. Frazier is 7 for 44 in May, with a .474 on-base plus slugging percentage. He had six home runs in April.
Flaherty hit .133/.228/.233 with two home runs in 102 plate appearances with the Orioles. A corresponding roster move will be announced Sunday.
Hanigan hit a three-run home run in the second inning off Phillies' starter Kyle Kendrick, his first of the season. He added a walk and a run scored to finish 1 for 3 in a 10-0 win.
Hanigan is batting .164 with five RBI in 55 at-bats.
"It was a positive because he didn't have any setbacks," assistant general manager Rob Antony told MLB.com. "He worked hard to come back healthy. Right now, we just don't think he's ready to help us, but he's healthy, so we didn't want to keep him on the DL so we optioned him. I think he understood and everything is fine."
De Vries gave up six runs on 11 hits in four innings in his last rehab appearance before being activated.
Frieri was charged with an earned run (the home-run hitter) and struck out three in 1 1/3 innings. Frieri had allowed one hit and no earned runs in 6 2/3 innings in May before Saturday.
Blanton's time in the rotation could be coming to an end with Jered Weaver and Tommy Hanson expected to rejoin the Angels soon. Blanton, who has allowed 23 hits in nine innings over his last two starts, could face the Royals next weekend.